Tag Book Review

Book Review: The Forgotten Cross

In this short but stirring work, Lee Gatiss calls Christians back to “the poetry of the gospel, and the multifaceted beauty of the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ” (p108)....

Book Review: What the Bible Teaches About the Trinity

Considering the present theological maelstrom about the Trinity punctuating most timelines and newsfeeds, I chalked it up to providence when I was given this short book to review. While the...

Stop What You're Doing and Read

I recently picked up a short collection of essays titled Stop What You’re Doing and Read This! The title caught me – not to mention the bright cover – because I...

Rediscovering the Art of Biblical Narrative

“Religious tradition has by and large encouraged us to take the Bible seriously rather than enjoy it, but the paradoxical truth of the matter may well be that by learning...

Read Smart

137 Books in One Year; no, that is not how many books I read in 2012 nor is it how many I aim to complete in 2013. It is the...

Review: Five Books From 2013

In my last year of high school, for final assessment, I was summoned for external moderation on my English portfolio. Back then we had to list five books we had...

Three books from 2012

It is no secret: there are times when I love books more than people. Because I spend so much time reading I thought that I should offer some book suggestions,...

Book Reflection: Drops Like Stars

Let's be honest, Rob Bell knows how to communicate. Whether or not we agree with anything he says, Bell knows how to make what he says sexy. Drops Like Stars...

Book Review: The Legacy of Sovereign Joy (John Piper)

The great thing about going on holiday is that it takes one away from his/her regular activities. This gives him/her the opportunity to engage in such activities as extensive reading....

Book Review: The Reformation (Stephen J. Nichols)

It seems appropriate that the first content on this site should be a review of a book about the reformation. "The Reformation" was published in 2007 but as usual, it...